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Nurses: Providing Angioplasty Patient Care In And Out Of The Cath Lab

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TCT Symposium will feature strategies for nurses and technologists to improve care for angioplasty patients
The Cardiovascular Nurse and Technologist Symposium at TCT 2009 will examine the latest advances in interventional, pharmacologic and clinical/administrative strategies for the management of the cardiovascular patient:
  • Focus on the heart attack patient receiving PCI
  • Revascularization decisions
  • Management decisions regarding patients with drug-eluting stents
  • Leadership
  • Tough calls in clinical decision-making
  • Taking charge of your own health
September 21-22, 2009
The Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA
Nurses are on the front lines in and out of the cath lab, providing care for patients with cardiovascular disease, which kills more Americans every year than cancer, making it one of the country's most significant health risks and a critical health topic for millions of people. This symposium will bring nurses and technologists up to speed on the latest advances in patient care.
Featured topics will include: Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialists (RCIS) Review Course
  • Revascularization Decisions in Various Patient Groups (Multivessel Disease, Unprotected Left Main Disease, AMI, etc.)
  • Improving Door-to-Balloon Times: Translating Research into Practice
  • Bringing Surgery into the Cath Lab Suite
  • Elective PCI at Noncardiac Surgery Facilities

    Cardiovascular nurses and technologists may register for the conference at:
    Judy Romero
    Cardiovascular Research Foundation
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